You are looking for an instruction to build up a housing for the open source project Phoniebox?
This thing provides you a list of parts which I used for my version of the box.
In the files section of this thing you can find an STL file which I constructed by myself.
You can use it for printing your own front panel for the box.
I'm looking forward to your feedback.
Replicating this device and especially its electronics/circuits is at your own risk! A liability for possible damages and consequential damages I exclude categorically!
Before slicing this model you have to rotate it (90 degrees) and lay it down .
- Material: PLA 1,75mm
- Vendor: DAS FILAMENT
- Color: Kirschrot
- Vendor: Anycubic
- Model: I3 MEGA
- Wall Thickness: 1.2mm
- Wall Line Count: 3
- Top/Bottom Thickness: 1.2mm
- Top Thickness: 1.2mm
- Top Layers: 12
- Bottom Thickness: 1.2mm
- Bottom Layers: 12
- Horizontal Expansion: 0mm
- Infill Density: 40%
- Infill Pattern: Zig Zag
- Printing Temperature: 210°C
- Build Plate Temperature: 60°C
- Enable Retraction: Yes
- Combing Mode: Not in Skin
Build Plate Adhesion
- Build Plate Adhesion Type: Skirt
Adjust GPIO (gpio-buttons.py) settings in your Phoniebox as follows:
shut = Button(25, hold_time=2)
volU = Button(17,pull_up=True,hold_time=0.3,hold_repeat=True)
volD = Button(27,pull_up=True,hold_time=0.3,hold_repeat=True)
next = Button(23,pull_up=True)
prev = Button(24,pull_up=True)
halt = Button(22,pull_up=True)